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Jan 1, 2019 Williamson, Thomas S. (Thomas Smith)
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254 pages. 18 cm
Topics: Dakota language, Santee dialect, Dakota language -- Texts, Santee dialect -- Texts
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Jan 1, 2019 Episcopal Church
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xxii, 664 ; 20 cm
Topics: Santee dialect, Santee dialect -- Texts
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Jan 1, 2019 Loughridge, R. M. (Robert McGill)
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1 v. (various pagings) ; 18 cm
Topics: Creek language, Creek language -- Texts
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Jan 1, 2019 Peck, E. J. (Edmund James)
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[1], 392 p. ; 17 cm
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Topics: Dakota language, Dakota language -- Texts
Biodiversity Heritage Library
Dec 28, 2018 Crossin, Richard S; Fleet, Robert R; Harrington, B. A
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise 9, in 1965 on Christmas Island. Envelope 1 contains a field book by Richard S. Crossin that includes travel notes; bird observation notes; shorebird counts; and bird banding data (listing band numbers 524-04824 to 853-70114). Envelope 2 contains a field book by Robert R. Fleet that includes travel notes; pelagic bird colony observations; and bird banding data (listing band numbers...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, Kiritimati, Kiribati
Biodiversity Heritage Library
Dec 28, 2018 Tordoff, J. P; Woodward, Paul W; Amerman, Kenneth E
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise 9, in 1965. Envelope 1 contains a field book by J. P. Tordoff that includes nest counts; and banding and returns data (listing band numbers 727-87714 to 777-55701) from Enderbury Island. Envelope 2 contains a field book by Paul W. Woodward that includes nest counts and banding data (listing band numbers 642-02359 to 777-57064) from Enderbury Island. Envelope 3 contains a field book...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, Enderbury Atoll, Kiribati,...
Biodiversity Heritage Library
Dec 28, 2018 Hackman, C. Douglas; Huber, L. N
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise 7, in 1965 on Enderbury Island. Envelope 1 contains a field book by C. D. Hackman that includes nest counts and bird banding data (listing band numbers 558-85748 to 843-50000). Envelope 2 contains a field book by L. N. Huber that includes nest counts; shorebird counts; and bird banding data (listing band numbers 558-85749 to 843-49600). Envelope 3 contains a field book by Ralph D....
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, Kiribati, Enderbury Atoll
Biodiversity Heritage Library
Dec 28, 2018 Kirkpatrick, Ralph D; Merrill, Richard W; Thompson, Max C
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #7, in 1965 on Birnie Island. Envelope 1 contains a field book by Ralph D. Kirkpatrick with banding data (listing band numbers 558-85734 to 757-66587). Envelope 2 contains a field book by Richard W. Merrill with banding data (listing band numbers 568-72139 to 773-20551). Envelope 3 contains a field book by Max C. Thompson that includes banding data (listing band numbers 565-17212...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, United States Minor Outlying...
Biodiversity Heritage Library
Dec 28, 2018 Woodward, Paul W; Hackman, C. Douglas; Huber, L. N
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #7, in 1965 on McKean Island and Birnie Island. Envelope 1 contains a field book by Paul W. Woodward that includes banding data (listing band numbers 587-80980 to 843-48000); shorebird counts; and nest counts. Envelope 2 contains a field book by C. D. Hackman that includes banding data with band numbers 615-11138 to 843-46965. Envelope 3 contains a field book by L. N. Huber that...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, United States Minor Outlying...
Biodiversity Heritage Library
Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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This volume is a catalog of bird specimens collected on Southern Island Cruise (SIC) 9 on the Pacific Ocean in September and October 1965 for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program. Locations include Howland Island, Baker Island, Christmas Island [Kiritimati], and McKean, Hull, Phoenix, and Enderbury Islands [of the Phoenix Group]. Fields are not labeled but appear to include field number, species, sex, location, date, gonads, weight, and remarks. Field numbers span from 5756 to 5867....
Topics: National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology,...
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 5 black and white photographs document field work completed during the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, August 11 - 15, 1964. Photographs have captions on the reverse side with roll number, image number, and description listing location and date. Subject matter covers beaches and seals. Locations include Sand Island and Kure Atoll
Topics: Seals (Animals), Mammalogy, United States, Kure Atoll, Hawaii, Sand Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Clapp, Roger B
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The 5 black-and-white photographs document field work on Christmas Island [Kiritimati], March 21 - 23, 1964. The images have captions in the reverse side listing location (including Motu Tabu), date, description, negative number, and photographer (Roger Clapp). Subject matter covers Phoenix Island Petrel at entrance to nest burrow beneath log, island terrain (looking toward Motu Upua), Conopoderas nest, and Black-tipped Shark specimen
Topics: Ornithology, Ichthyology, Kiribati, Kiritimati
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Kleen, Vernon M
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The black and white photographs document field work on Sand Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, October 17, 1968. There are captions on the reverse side of the images, listing negative number (#737 - 741), location, description, name of photographer, and date. Images show a 1 year old Great Frigate bird that was banded on French Frigate Shoals and caught on Sand-Johnston Island
Topics: Ornithology, Sand Island, Johnston Atoll, United States
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Lehner, Philip N. 1940-
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The black and white photographs document Kuria Atoll, 1964, as part of the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program. There are captions on the reverse side of the images, listing location, date, and photographer. Subject matter includes local inhabitants (portraits), taro patch, meeting house, and women preparing feast. Photographs are taken by Phil Lehner
Topics: Kiribati, Kuria
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Dec 28, 2018 Chandler, Richard D
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The field book was created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise 16, on December 9, 1966. The field book by Rich Chandler relates to bird banding collected on Howland Island (listing band numbers 797-30510 to 797-30600). In the front of the book is an itinerary with time ranges for the 9-12 December. Return data is listed by type of bird and includes a variety of data. Sometimes ages, sex, and nesting status or whether source of blood samples. Counts of birds,...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, United States, Howland Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The black and white photographs document field work completed during the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Kure Atoll, 1964. Photographs have captions listing a combination of role number and picture number (roll 30, pictures 3 - 16). Subject matter covers observed sharks swimming in open water including around a wreck
Topics: Ichthyology, United States, Kure Atoll, Hawaii
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Lehner, Philip N. 1940-
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5 black-and-white photographs document field work during the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, 1964. Images have captions on the reverse side, and list location, date, and description, and photographer (Phil Lehner). Subject matter shows local inhabitants, view of the island terrain, village, and a woman extracting copra. Photographs were taken at Aranuka Atoll, in Kiribati
Topics: Kiribati, Aranuka Atll
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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This volume is a log of marine mammal sightings at sea. Year information and locality information are not provided. Fields include date [day and month], time, #, dir., identification, and remarks. Entries are dated from 4 August to 18 July, with a line for each observation. There are 32 sightings recorded. Mammals recorded include whales, dolphins, and porpoises. Some identifications include question marks, and most are not identified to species. Remarks include notes on appearance, behavior,...
Topics: National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Mammalogy,...
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 4 black and white photographs document field work completed during the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Midway Island, undated. There are captions in the reverse side of images, with negative number and source (US Naval Air Station Midway). Subject matter includes close up shotes of birds of various ages and types. Includes a folder that states "bird pictures from Midway USN 0380," and states "official US Navy photo, Navy 3080, Midway Island, obtained 12-20-63."
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Midway Islands
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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This volume is a catalog of bird specimens collected at sea on Southern Island Cruise (SIC) 18 on the Pacific Ocean from 15 March to 25 April 1967 for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program. Field numbers span from 2718 to 2763. Locations are in an area of the Pacific Ocean approximately bounded by 14° S to 8° N and 157° to 177° W. A few records have the localities "offshore - Palmyra Island," "offshore - Malden Island," or "offshore Baker Island" instead...
Topics: National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology,...
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Dec 28, 2018 Fleet, Robert R
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The 4 black-and-white photographs document field work completed on McKean Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, September - October 1965. Captions on the reverse side of photographs list negative number, description, photographer, date, and location. Photographs show remains of guano works, island coastline, and campsite
Topics: Ornithology, United States, McKean Atoll, McKean Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Clapp, Roger B
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The 4 black-and-white photographs document field work on Mckean Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, February to March 1964. Captions on the reverse side list location, date range, description, negative number, and photographer (R. Clapp). Subject matter covers bird roosts, birds in habitat (Sooty Terns, Common Noddy Terns, Blue Gray Noddies, Great Frigatebirds), and vegetation (Seruvium)
Topics: Botany, Ornithology, United States, McKean Atoll, McKean Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Woodward, Paul W
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The black-and-white photographs document field work on Enderbury Atoll for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, February 14 - 16, 1965. There are captions on the reverse side of images that list negative number, location, description, photographer (Paul Woodward), and date. Subject matter covers house on island, candid images of participants, and immature unidentified birds
Topics: Ornithology, Kiribati, Enderbury Atoll
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; DeLong, Robert L
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The black and white photographs document field work completed during the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Lisianski Island, 1967. Caption information include negative number, location, date, description, and photographer. Photographs were taken by R. L. Delong. Subject matter covers a Green Sea Turtle laying eggs, Black-footed Albatross on beach,Hawaiian Monk Seal in habitat, Red-tailed Tropicbird at nest
Topics: Ornithology, Herpetology, Mammalogy, Seals (Animals), United States, Hawaii, Lisianski Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The black-and-white photographs document field work on Baker Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, February 4, 1965. There are captions on the reverse side of images that list location, description, and date. Description includes information about what part of island is photographed, condition of vegetation, and notes on landing locations. Subject matter cover vegetation (Digitaria) and coastline
Topics: Botany, United States, Baker Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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2 black and white images document birds observed on Guam, June 26, 1963. There are captions on the reverse side of the images. Subject matter includes a masked booby and unidentified type of bird
Topics: Ornithology, Guam
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Clapp, Roger B
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The 4 black-and-white photographs document field work on KcKean Island, Kiribati, October 25 - 27, 1963. Photographs have captions on the reverse side listing location, date range, description, negative number, and photographer. Photographs were taken by Roger B. Clapp. Subject matter covers individual and groups of birds of various ages (Lesser Frigate colony, Fairy Tern andHawaiian Noddy nesting habitat)
Topics: Ornithology, Kiribati, McKean Atoll, McKean Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 4 black-and-white photographs document field work on Baker Island, October 15 - 17, 1963. The images have captions on the reverse side listing location, date, description, and negative number (177B, 176B, 240, 236). They show island vegetation and a Common Noddy colony on a man made lagoon
Topics: Ornithology, Botany, United States, Baker Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 4 black-and-white photographs document field work on Baker Island on various dates between October 14, 1963 and February 14, 1964. Images have captions on the reverse side that list location, date range, and description. Subject matter includes a camp, view from camp, candid image of L. N. Huber, and camp with USS Tawakoni in background
Topics: Huber, L. N, Ornithology, United States, Baker Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 3 black-and-white photographs document field work on Hull Island [Orona], October 30, 1963. Images have captions on the reverse side listing location, date, description, and possibly abbreviations of photographer. Subject matter shows vegetation (coconut trees), view of "habitat" from village, and climbing vine on coconut tree
Topics: Botany, Kiribati, Orona
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Woodward, Paul W
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The black-and-white photographs document field work on Birnie Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, November 8, 1964. There are captions on the reverse side of images that list negative number, location, description, date, and photographer (P. W. Woodward). Subject matter cover birds (Blue-faced Booby, Brown Booby) at nest with eggs and coastline
Topics: Ornithology, Kiribati, Birnie Atoll
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The black and white contact sheets document field work on Sand Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, June 15 - 17, 1967. Images come from roll BC and show views of island terrain with Sooty chicks and Brown Boobies. Some images have captions in the reverse side. Two sheets state that, "all photos except boobies were taken between 1400 - 1430."
Topics: Ornithology, Sand Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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This folder contains two tables of specimen records from Southern Island Cruise (SIC) 11. Both have the title "Island catalogue - SIC." No SIC number appears on either document, but the records correspond to SIC 11 records recorded in related item, Southern island cruises 11, 13, 1966, part 2 : SIC 11, 13, in Box 200 Folder 8 of this same collection (SIA RU000245). Field numbers span from 5868 to 5915 for the two tables together. Fields in the longer table include field #, museum #,...
Topics: National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology,...
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 4 black-and-white photographs document field work on Enderbury Island, November 16 - 17, 1963. Photographs have captions on the reverse side listing location, date, description, and negative number. Subject matter includes flock of Sooty Terns in flight from central lagoon, male Great Frigatebird with inflated throat pouch, island terrain (central lagoon), and gecko eggs
Topics: Ornithology, Kiribati, Enderbury Atoll
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 4 black and white photographs document field work for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, May 1963. There are captions on the reverse side list location and date. Subject matter covers seals in water and on beach
Topics: Seals (Animals), Mammalogy, United States, Kure Atoll, Hawaii
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The black-and-white photographs document field work on Howland Island for Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, undated. Some photographs have captions. Subject matter includes campsites with unidentified individuals, and masked booby incubating behind camp. One photograph indicates it came from the Department of Interior
Topics: Ornithology, Howland Island, United States
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Dec 28, 2018 Smith, Frank
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The 3 black-and-white photographs document field work completed on Baker Island, February 1967. The photographs show a lighthouse and two views of inland island terrain. The images have captions on the reverse side that list location, date, description, photographer (Frank Smith), and negative numbers (975-977)
Topics: United States, Baker Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Harrington, B. A
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The black-and-white photographs document field work completed for Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Palmyra Atoll, November 1966. Photograph captions include negative number, location, description, date, and photographer.Photographs were taken by Brian Harrington. Subject matter covers terrain (reefs), vegetation (understory under Palms), and young Red-footed Booby
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Palmyra Atoll
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Dec 28, 2018 Harrington, B. A
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The 3 black-and-white photographs document field work completed by B. A. Harrington on Phoenix Island [Rawaki], September 1965. Photographs shows images of the red-footed booby and butterfly on vegetation (Portulaca). Images have captions on the reverse side that list location, description, date, photographer, and negative number (252A, 251A, 250A)
Topics: Ornithology, Entomology, Botany, Kiribati, Rawaki
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Maze, Richard L
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The 3 black-and-white photographs document field work completed on Christmas Island [Kiritimati] for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, September - October 1965. Captions on the reverse side list negative number (#934, 961, 984), location, date range, and photographer (R. Maze). Subject matter shows candid images of participants on island, vegetation, and terrain (island interior)
Topics: Kiribati, Kiritimati
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Dec 28, 2018 Harrington, B. A
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The 3 black-and-white photographs document field work completed on Palmyra Island, May 1966. The photographs show algae on the ground, a close up of an unidentified flower, and a coastline view of a lagoon. The images have captions on the reverse side that list location, description, date, photographer (B. A. Harrington), and negative numbers (244A, 246A, and 249A)
Topics: Botany, United States, Palmyra Atoll
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Dec 28, 2018 Maze, Richard L
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The 3 black-and-white photographs document field work completed on Baker Island, November 1965. The photographs show Baker Island Light House, Baker Island Graveyard, and inland terrain. The images have captions on the reverse side that lists location, date, photographer (Richard L. Maze), description and negative numbers (939, 948, 931)
Topics: Botany, United States, Baker Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Kridler, Eugene
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The black and white photographs document field work completed during the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Midway Island, February 1964. Captions on the reverse side include number, date, photographer, subject, and location. Photographs were taken by Eugene Kridler. Subject matter covers Black-footed Albatross colony, biologist O'Neill photographing a Black-footed Albatross
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Midway Islands
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Stadel, Dennis L
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The 3 black and white photographs document field work completed for Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Pearl and Hermes Atoll, 1965. The captions list negative number (477, 478, 480), date (March 1965), location (Southeast Island), description, and photographer. Photographs are by Dennis Stadel. Subject matter covers terrain from tower looking toward camp on eastern and western half of island as well as a Bonin Petrel chick
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Pearl and Hermes Atoll, Hawaii
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Lehner, Philip N. 1940-
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The 3 black and white photographs document field work completed for Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Maiana Atoll, Kiribati, November 16 - 17, 1964. The captions on the reverse side of the photographs include location, date, description and photographer. The photographs are by Phil Lehner. Subject matter covers a beach landing, women extracting copra, and secluded family with copra
Topics: Kiribati, Maiana Atoll
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Topics: Versions, Choctaw language, Bible. N.T. -- Translations into Choctaw, Bible. Choctaw -- Versions,...
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 3 black-and-white photographs document field work on Tutuila in American Samoa for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, March 6 -11, 1964. There are captions on the reverse side of images that list location, date range, description (type of bird, additional location information), and negative number. Subject matter covers terrain (waterfall, road near harbor), birds (Tropicbird, Common Noddy, Blue-gray Noddy), and heavily forested valley
Topics: Ornithology, Tutuila, American Samoa
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Hoff, D. I
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The black and white photographs document field work completed during the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Midway Island, August 26, 1967. Captions on the reverse side include location, date, description, photographer, and negative number. Photographs were taken by D. I. Hoff. Subject matter covers C. A. Ely banding Red-tailed Tropicbird, bird below a Casuarina tree, and overrun pond on Sand Island
Topics: Ely, Charles A. (Charles Adelbert), 1933-, Ornithology, United States, Midway Islands
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 3 black-and-white photographs document field work on Gardner Island, October 28 - 29, 1963. The photographs have captions on the reverse side listing location, date, description, and negative number. Subject matter covers tents of camp near edge of village, reef on western side of the island showing a channel blasted for small boats, and vegetation (introduced poinsettia growing near base of coconut tree)
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Gardner Pinnacles
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 3 black and white photographs document field work completed for Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Pearl and Hermes Atoll, June 5, 1962. There are captions on the reverse side listing sources, description, location, and date. Subject matter includes oblique views of the sandbar south of North Island, boat channel between Bird Island and Southeast Island, and boat channel between Sand Island and Bird Island. Photographs are courtesy of the U.S. Naval Station Midway Island
Topics: United States, Pearl and Hermes Atoll, Hawaii
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Smith, Frank
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3 black-and-white photographs document Hull Island [Orona] for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, undated. Images have captions listing negative number, location, and photographer. Subject matter shows Hull Island Lagoon and area vegetation. Photographs were taken by Frank Smith
Topics: Botany, Orona, Kiribati
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Clapp, Roger B
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The 3 black-and-white photographs document field work on Phoenix Island [Rawaki], November 4 - 5, 1963. The images have captions in the reverse side listing location, date range, description, photographer (Roger Clapp), and negative number. Subject matter covers individual birds (Blue gray Noddy, Greater Frigate), habitat including vegetation (sida bush, sesuvium), and Lesser Frigate colony
Topics: Ornithology, Botany, Kiribati, Rawaki
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The black-and-white photographs document field work on Sydney [Manra] Island, October 31 - November 2, 1963. Images have captions listed on the reverse side that include location, date, description, and negative number. Subject matter covers camp in deserted village as well as vegetation (path of old tramway along edge of lagoon)
Topics: Botany, Kiribati, Manra
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 3 black-and-white photographs document field work on Howland Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, February 1964. Captions on the reverse side of images include location, date, and negative number. Subject matter shows a structure (possibly Earhart Light) on island and vegetation (Tribulus)
Topics: Botany, United States, Howland Island
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Dec 28, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 3 black and white photographs document field work completed for Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on the Marshall Islands, 1964. Photograph captions vary in contents, including a combination of negative number, description, location, date. Subject matter covers shells and whale vertebrates collected October 1964 as well as group portraits
Topics: Zoology, Marshall Islands
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Dec 27, 2018 Episcopal Church
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7 p. ; 18 cm
Topics: Shoshoni language, Shoshoni language -- Texts
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Dec 27, 2018 Legoff, Laurent
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Topics: Prayer-books and devotions, Chipewyan, Chipewyan language, Texts, Hymns, Chipewyan, Catholic Church...
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The black and white contact sheets, labeled BA, B1, and B2, document field work on Sand-Johnston Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, July 5, 1967. Images show numbered plots and birds present. Some images have captions on the reverse side listing a combination of plot number, and a combination of totals for number of adults, locals, nesting, egg, dead chicks
Topics: Ornithology, Sand Island, Johnston Atoll
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The black and white photographs document field work completed during the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Laysan Island, undated. Includes three pages of photograph album pages. Includes captions that detail location and description. Subject matter includes aerial views of various parts of the island. Additionally includes on loose image of an Albatross on Laysan Island
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Laysan Island, Hawaii
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The color photographs document field work on Laysan Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, 1968. There are captions on the reverse side of the photographs listing description and tagging information. Images show aHawaiian Monk Seal at Johnston Island. Description notes that the seal was a resident August 2, 1968 at least into October. It was tagged (A-306) by Gene Kridler at Laysan, as a pup, Spring 1968
Topics: Mammalogy, Seals (Animals), United States, Hawaii, Laysan Island
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Dec 27, 2018 Harrington, B. A
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The 2 black-and-white photographs document field work completed on Hull Island [Orona], February 1966. The photographs show a trail to a lagoon and a beach view of a lagoon. The images have captions on the reverse side that list location, description, date, photographer (B. A. Harrington), and negative numbers (241A and 242A)
Topics: Kiribati, Orona
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Dec 27, 2018 Smith, Frank
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The 2 black-and-white photographs document field work completed on Hull Island [Orona] on January 30, 1967. The photographs show a view of a beach and village huts through trees. The images have captions on the reverse side that list location, date, description, photographer (Frank Smith), and negative numbers (960 and 955)
Topics: Kiribati, Orona
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Smith, Frank
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The 2 black and white photographs document field work completed during the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Phoenix Island [Rawaki], 1965 and undated. One photograph has a caption listing negative number (962), description, date (January 1965), and photographer (Frank Smith). Subject matter includes a rabbit and flock of birds in island interior
Topics: Ornithology, Rawaki, United States
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 4 black and white photographs document field work on Nihoa Island, undated. There are captions on the reverse side listing negative number. Subject matter includes terrain (peaks and coastline) of Nihoa. Photographs are courtesy of the Bernice P. Bishop Museum
Topics: United States, Nihoa, Hawaii
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Woodward, Paul W
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The 2 black-and-white photographs document field work completed on Enderbury Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, October 1965. Captions on the reverse side list negative number (998, 101), location, and date range. One photograph includes information about photographer (P. Woodward) and description. Photographs show a nestling Black Noddy and view of island interior showing flock of birds
Topics: Ornithology, Kiribati, Enderbury Atoll
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Dec 27, 2018 Pearson, David (David L.)
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The two black-and-white photographs document field work completed on McKean Island. The photographs show a coastline view of a lagoon and guano walls. The images have captions on the reverse side that list location, description, photographer (D. L. Pearson), Southern Island Cruise number (SIC 14), and negative numbers (257 and 267)
Topics: Ornithology, United States, McKean Atoll, McKean Island
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Dec 27, 2018 Pearson, David (David L.)
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The 2 black-and-white photographs document field work completed on Gardner Island [Gardner Pinnacles]. The photographs show abandoned native huts on a beach and a forested view of Gardner Lagoon. The images have captions on the reverse side that list location, description, Southern Island Cruise number (SIC 14), photographer (D. L. Pearson), and negative numbers (255 and 259)
Topics: United States, Gardner Pinnacles
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Dec 27, 2018 Hackman, C. Douglas
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The 2 black-and-white photographs document field work completed on Tutuila in American Samoa, June and July 1968. The photographs show a White-tailed Tropicbird in flight, and a view of Pola Island from the Mt. Alua trail. The images have captions on the reverse side that list location, date, description, photographer (C. D. Hackman), and negative numbers (680 and 735)
Topics: Ornithology, American Samoa, Tutuila
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Woodward, Paul W
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The 2 black-and-white photographs document field work on Jarvis Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, March 1965. There are captions on the reverse side of images that list negative number, location, description, date, and photographer (P. W. Woodward). Subject matter shows view of western beach near the house
Topics: Kiribati, Jarvis Island
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Clapp, Roger B
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The 2 black-and-white photographs document field work on Hull Island [Orona], October 30, 1963. The photographs have captions listing location, date, description, and negative number. Subject matter covers view of a coconut tree and lagoon edge showing dying coconut trees and sparse undergrowth. One photograph was taken by R. Clapp
Topics: Botany, Kiribati, Orona
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 2 black-and-white photographs document field work on Birnie Atoll, November 15, 1963. Images have captions on the reverse side listing location, date, description, and negative number. Images show central lagoon with Common Noddies in flight as well as two Fairy Terns on the beach
Topics: Ornithology, Kiribati, Birnie Atoll
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 4 color photographs document field work completed for Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Mokolua [Mokulua], undated. There are no captions beyond information indicating Mokolua Island. Subject matter covers views of the island coastline, view of island and participants on vessel offshore, and bird in habitat
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Hawaii, Mokulua Islands
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; Harrington, B. A
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The black and white contact sheets document field work on Sand-Johnston Island for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, July 22 and 26, 1967. Images come from rolls BD and BE. Images show islands terrain, birds present, and unidentified individuals swimming
Topics: Ornithology, Sand Island, Johnston Atoll
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The black and white photograph album pages document field work completed during the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Laysan Island, February 12, 1963. Images have captions describing location and activities. Subject matter shows participants recording data, skinning specimens, keeping log, and birds in habitat
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Leeward Islands, Hawaii, Laysan Island
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program; DeLong, Robert L
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Three sheets of proofs document observations at Channels Islands and San Nicolas Island in California, 1967. There are captions given for ranges of images. Photographs were taken by R. L. DeLong. Subject matter includes coastline, seals, nesting sites (12-15), vegetation (types listed)
Topics: Seals (Animals), Botany, Mammalogy, United States, California, Channel Islands, San Nicolas Island
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Dec 27, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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The 1 black and white photograph documents field work completed for Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program on Nihoa Island, June 10, 1962. There is a caption on the reverse side of the photograph including number (R1-18-21), photographer (David B. Marshall), date, location (Hawaiian Islands National Wildlife Refuge), and legend [description]. Photograph shows a brown noddy on nest in lava rock
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Nihoa, Hawaii
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Dec 27, 2018 Merrill, Richard W; Thompson, Max C; Woodward, Paul W
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #7, in 1965 on Baker Island and McKean Island. Envelope 1 contains a field book by Richard W. Merrill. The field book includes nest counts; banding data (682-47814 to 843-46000); hand-drawn map of the beach; and geographic coordinates. Envelope 2 contains a field book by Max C. Thompson that includes shorebird counts; nest and egg counts; and banding data (listing band numbers...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, Birds--Counting, United States,...
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Dec 27, 2018 Hackman, C. Douglas; Huber, L. N
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #7, in 1965 on Baker Island and McKean Island. Envelope 1 contains a field book by C. D. Hackman. The field book includes nest counts; bird counts; and banding data (including band numbers 587-81601 to 843-43452). Envelope 2 contains a field book by L. N. Huber. The field book includes nest counts; bird counts; and banding data (listing band numbers 565-17076). Envelope 3 contains...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, Birds--Counting, United States,...
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Dec 27, 2018 Merrill, Richard W; Woodward, Paul W; Thompson, Max C
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #7, in 1965 on Howland Island. Envelope 1 contains a field book by Richard W. Merrill that includes nest counts and banding data (listing band numbers 558-85201 to 843-38000). Envelope 2 contains a field book by Max C. Thompson that includes Brown booby nest counts; and banding data for Frigates and Sooty terns (listing band numbers 737-20789 to 793-45894). Envelope 3 contains a...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, Howland Island, United States
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Dec 27, 2018 Hackman, C. Douglas; Huber, L. N
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #7, in 1965 on Howland Island. Envelope 1 contains a field book by C. D. Hackman that includes nest counts, and banding and returns data (listing band numbers 558-85284 to 843-38500). Envelope 2 contains a field book by L. N. Huber that includes nest counts and banding and returns data (listing band numbers 558-85210 to 843-39000). Envelope 3 contains a field book by Ralph D....
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, Howland Island, United States
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Dec 27, 2018 Hackman, C. Douglas; Woodward, Paul W
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This record refers to 2 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #6, in 1964 on Christmas Island. Envelope 1 contains a field book by C. D. Hackman from his work on Motu Upua, Cook Island, and Motu Tabu, Christmas Island. The field book includes bird species lists; bird counts, and banding data (listing band numbers 514-77118 to 793-43301). Envelope 2 contains a field book by Paul W. Woodward from his work on Christmas Island. The field book...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, Birds--Counting, Kiritimati,...
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Dec 27, 2018 Merrill, Richard W
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This field book was created by Richard W. Merrill during his work with the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #6, in 1964, on Howland Island and Birnie Island. The field book includes a few pages of banding and returns data (listing band numbers 587-24307 to 773-20901)and egg counts
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, United States, Howland Island,...
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Dec 27, 2018 Merrill, Richard W; Sibley, Fred C; Hackman, C. Douglas
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #6, in 1964. Envelope 1 contains a field book by Richard W. Merrill from his work on Sydney Island, Phoenix Island, and Christmas Island. The field book includes bird counts; bird and landscape observations; banding data with sex, age, and whether roosting or alone; and supply lists. Envelope 2 contains a field book by Fred C. Sibly from activities conducted on Sydney Island,...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, Botany, Birds--Counting,...
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Dec 27, 2018 Merrill, Richard W; Sibley, Fred C
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #6, in 1964. Envelope 1 contains a field book by Richard W. Merrill with data collected on Baker Island, McKean Island, and Enderbury Island. The field book includes bird, nest, chick, and egg counts; banding data; and physical descriptions of bird specimens. Envelope 2 contains a field book by Fred C. Sibley with data from Baker Island, McKean Island, and Enderbury Island. It...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, United States, Enderbury Atoll,...
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Dec 27, 2018 Anderson, Alan H; Hackman, C. Douglas; Long, Charles R. (Charles Robert) 1936-
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #6, in 1964. Envelope 1 contains a field book by Alan H. Anderson from his work on Baker Island, McKean Island, and Enderbury Atoll. The field book includes bird, chick, egg, and nest counts; banding data; and physical descriptions of Red-footed booby specimens. Envelope 2 contains a field book by C. D. Hackman with data collected on Baker Island, McKean Island, and Enderbury...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, United States, Enderbury Atoll,...
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Dec 27, 2018 Anderson, Alan H; Hackman, C. Douglas; Long, Charles R. (Charles Robert) 1936-
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This record refers to 3 field books created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #6, in 1964. Envelope 1 contains a field book by Alan Anderson with data collected on Howland Island, Birnie Island, and Christmas Island. The field book contains nest, egg, and chick counts; banding data; and plot population estimates. Envelope 2 contains a field book by C. D. Hackman with data collected on Howland Island and Birnie Island. The field book includes banding data;...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, United States, Howland Island,...
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Dec 26, 2018 National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
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This item refers to 4 field books by unknown authors, from the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise #5, 1964. Envelope 1 contains a field book with banding data and nest and egg counts from work conducted on McKean Island and Howland Island. Envelope 2 contains a field book with data collected on Baker Island and Howland Island. The field book includes banding data; nest, chick, and egg counts; notes on parasite collection from birds; and observations of birds in...
Topics: Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Ornithology, Bird banding, United States, Howland Island,...
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Dec 26, 2018 Schmitt, Waldo L. (Waldo Lasalle) 1887-1977
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Black and white photographs are document Waldo Schmitt's work during the Hancock Pacific-Galapagos Expedition, 1933-1935. Photographs were taken by Harold W. Maunter. On the reverse side of some photographs are descriptions and year taken. Includes duplicates. Subject matter covers farms in the Galapagos Islands, examples of vegetation and terrain, local inhabitants and participants at work; participants collecting specimens on coast; birds observed; structures made out of local materials; and...
Topics: Hancock Pacific-Galapagos Expeditions (1933-1935), Zoology, Colón, Archipiélago de, Ecuador
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Dec 26, 2018 Wetmore, Alexander, 1886-1978 1886-1978
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This field book details Alexander Wetmore's field work with birds from 1902-1904. Localities include areas within Wisconsin. Dated entries relate Wetmore's adolescent observations of birds, and contain such information as species, sex, molt, calls, terrain, activity, and habits. Most of the information consists of detailed listening, observing, and interacting notes, as well as notes on hunting and collecting of specimens. There are also some bird lists with numbers and other relevant...
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Wisconsin
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Dec 26, 2018 Wetmore, Alexander, 1886-1978 1886-1978
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This item consists of a field journal detailing Alexander Wetmore's field work on birds in Panama from 1946-1949. Dated entries consist of accounts of hunting and collecting specimens, as well as behavioral observations, travel details, and daily activity. Specific localities include but are not limited to Darién, Coclé, and Herrera. Newspaper clippings, maps, and black-and-white photographs, as well as numerous other official or related documents are also present such as passports, tickets,...
Topics: Ornithology, Panama, Darién, Coclé, Herrera, Provincia de
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Dec 26, 2018 Wetmore, Alexander, 1886-1978 1886-1978
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This item consists of a field journal detailing Alexander Wetmore's field work on birds, from 1939-1944 with gaps in time. Dated entries consist of accounts of hunting and collecting specimens, as well as behavioral observations, travel details, and daily activity. Localities include but are not limited to Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, and the Perlas Islands (Pearl Islands), Panama. Newspaper clippings and numerous other official or related documents are also present such as passports, tickets,...
Topics: Ornithology, Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Panama, Perlas, Archipiélago de las
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This item consists of a field journal detailing Alexander Wetmore's field work on birds, from 1927-1931. Dated entries consist of accounts of hunting and collecting specimens, as well as behavioral observations, travel details, and daily activity. Localities include but are not limited to the United States, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Spain. Some entries also contain bird lists, and numerous official or related documents are also present
Topics: Ornithology, United States, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Spain
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This item consists of a field journal detailing Alexander Wetmore's field work on birds, with some attention to plants and fish, from 1922-1923. Dated entries consist of accounts of hunting and collecting specimens, as well as behavioral observations, travel details, and daily activity. Localities include but are not limited to North Dakota, Hawaii, and the Midway and Wake Islands. Included are sketches, maps, and a temporary skin catalog with species name, date, locality, description, and...
Topics: Ornithology, Botany, Ichthyology, United States, North Dakota,   Hawaii, Midway Islands, Wake...
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Dec 26, 2018 Wetmore, Alexander, 1886-1978 1886-1978
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This item is a field journal by Alexander Wetmore with entries from 1920-1921, during which time he was sent to investigate the condition in certain South American countries as it related to the welfare of migratory birds. Dated entries consist of accounts of hunting and collecting specimens, as well as behavioral observations, travel details, and daily activity. Localities include but are not limited to Brazil, Argentina, and areas within the United States, including Virginia and Maryland....
Topics: Ornithology, Mammalogy, Herpetology, Ichthyology, United States, Maryland, Virginia, Brazil,...
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Dec 26, 2018 Wetmore, Alexander, 1886-1978 1886-1978
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This item is a field journal by Alexander Wetmore with entries from 1917-1919. The dates of June 4th-9th, 1917 are added as loose sheets in the back. Dated entries consist of accounts of hunting and collecting specimens, as well as behavioral observations, travel details, and daily activity. Localities include but are not limited to areas within the United States, including North Carolina, Kansas, Florida, and Arizona. Entries mainly deal with birds, and may include lists with daily tallies....
Topics: Ornithology, United States, North Carolina, Kansas, Florida, Arizona
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Dec 26, 2018 Wetmore, Alexander, 1886-1978 1886-1978
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This item is a field journal by Alexander Wetmore with daily entries from May to October, 1915 and 1916. Entries consist of accounts of hunting and collecting specimens, as well as behavioral observations, travel details, and daily activity. Localities include but are not limited to areas within the United States, including Utah and Montana. Entries mainly deal with birds and plants, and may include lists with daily tallies. Some entries deal with the investigation of a duck malady in Utah,...
Topics: Ornithology, Botany, United States, Utah, Montana
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Dec 26, 2018 Carriker, Melbourne Armstrong, 1879-1965; Wetmore, Alexander, 1886-1978
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Materials document work in Veracruz. Materials include manuscripts, notes, maps, photographs, field notes, Manuscript, in Spanish, "Observaciones sobre la Ornitologia de la zona sur de Veracruz, Mexico"; notes; maps; photographs; copies of field notes and collecting data of Edward William Nelson and Melbourne Armstrong Carriker, Jr.; and published materials, circa 1940, and undated. Includes detailed description of Carriker's collecting trip to San Martin including description of...
Topics: Ornithology, Mexico, Veracruz, Tres Zapotes, San Martín, Volcán, Tlacotalpán, Conejo
Alexander Wetmore traveled to Panama in 1958 to visit the Canal Zone Biological Area and to collect bird specimens in the Canal Zone, Bocas del Toro, Cocle, La Jagua, and on Isla Escudo de Veraguas. Assisted by Beatrice Thielen Wetmore. Correspondence, reference materials, expense records, travel notes, photographs and photographic records, field report, and memorabilia. Correspondents include Herbert Friedmann and Louise M. Pearson
Topics: United States National Museum, Ornithology, Panama, Canal Zone, Escudo de Veraguas, Isla, Bocas del...
Alexander Wetmore travels to Panama in 1956 to visit the Canal Zone Biological Area, and collect bird specimens in the Canal Zone and on Isla Coiba. Materials include correspondence, list of supplies, film notes, travel notes, news clippings, expense records, basic hand drawn map, and memorabilia. Correspondence (in English and Spanish) covers his travel plans, introductions, the work of Field and Marvin Keenan on ecto-parasites, ongoing business of the Smithsonian, work he did for the Malaria...
Topics: United States National Museum, Ornithology, Panama, Canal Zone, Coiba, Isla de